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- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of outpower.
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So far, from my experience with auction sites of all types and sizes, Elance definitely outpowers the rest and provides far more to freelancers than others do with increased protection.
Blaze attacks, then either cloaks his ship and slips away, or simply outpowers them and escapes.
Sure, the VFR outpowers many entries in the sport-touring class, but there is also
The Viper outpowers the Corvette Z06 by 95 horsepower, but the Corvette is nearly as quick-not that anyone really cares about second place in this duel.
Considering that x264 already well outpowers the Cell on a modern x86 CPU, I'm not exactly sure that "1 / 2 the cores at 1 / 2 the power" is going to be very useful ...